Osgoode's Annual Constitutional Cases Conference


Constitutional Cases (Pt 8) | Scrutinizing the Supreme Court with Digital Technology


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The 26th iteration of the Constitutional Cases conference was held on Friday, April 14, 2023. Osgoode Hall Law School’s Annual Constitutional Cases Conference, recognized as the leading constitutional law conference in Canada, brings together many highly respected constitutional scholars, lawyers, students, and experts for an insightful and practical analysis of the Supreme Court’s significant constitutional judgments of the past year.

Plenary II | Scrutinizing the Supreme Court with Digital Technology

Panelists will discuss the use of digital technology to assist in analysis of the work of Canada’s Supreme Court. What can we do with these new technologies that we could not do before? And how will they change the way we think about appellate case law and our Supreme Court?


00:01:30 Paul-Erik Veel, Lenczner Slaght

00:17:05 Simon Wallace, PhD Cand. Osgoode Hall Law School

00:33:30 Professors Jena McGill and Amy Salyzyn, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law

Chair: Professor Jon Penney, Osgoode Hall Law School